Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
De La Rue Plc LSE:DLAR London Ordinary Share GB00B3DGH821 ORD 44 152/175P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 162.20 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
162.40 163.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 466.80 36.10 32.80 4.9 316
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 162.20 GBX

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De La Rue Daily Update: De La Rue Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DLAR. The last closing price for De La Rue was 162.20p.
De La Rue Plc has a 4 week average price of 135.60p and a 12 week average price of 125.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 187p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40.30p.
There are currently 194,991,148 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 920,917 shares. The market capitalisation of De La Rue Plc is £316,275,642.06.
bookbroker: I don’t know whether the price reflects the unlikelihood of Covid passports, was already a far-fetched idea, or whether it had even been baked in. However it seems implausible, so maybe the price is just based purely upon the results, and the fact that the revenue and profits will be hit by the cessation of the actual travel passport contract. Likely just consolidating as it is, and the fact that the company is now on a stronger footing.
chessman2: Two buys totalling 1,010,000 shares, by the chairman and his wife, are a show of great confidence in DLAR. IMO this is a share to continue holding. Humble apologies to all for my incorrect post. Only 10,000 shares bought!!
parazaradox: craven, yes. Just got a marketing email from them. DLAR featured. 3 page spread Https:// INTRODUCING THE MOMENTUM INVESTOR * NEW TMI TRADER PORTFOLIO LAUNCHING NEXT MONTH * PLUS 2021 NEW YEAR NAPS CLICK HERE FOR £60 OFF The most popular feature in our two newsletters, SCSW and TMI, has probably always been the virtual portfolio we run on the back page, demonstrating to our readers how they can apply our information to their own portfolios. I am writing today to tell you that TMI is just about to launch the BRAND NEW Trader Portfolio 2 for 2021, with a starting notional capital of £100,000. It will be run in a similar fashion to the SCSW Growth Portfolio and the original TMI Trader Portfolio but the plan is to make it more relevant for new subscribers by re-starting it and to take a more aggressive stance on investing. Trader Portfolio 1 has grown 495% since we launched it back in April 2002 with a starting capital of £100,000 - that compares with the FTSE-All Shares, which grew 30.7% in the same period. TMI is our second title (we only have two!) and has been published for the last 22 years. It has been edited by Richard Welby since 2000, who works independently of the SCSW editor, although the two editors do sometimes discuss ideas internally. TMI’s focus is generally on larger companies. For instance, last month the editor covered Martin Sorrell’s S4 Capital and this month De La Rue (but he also recently wrote about DX, a small company). TMI differs from SCSW because it adopts a top down approach and uses relative strength as its initial filter to find shares. SCSW adopts a bottom up approach and uses company meetings for its initial sieve. But both editors focus on growth shares. The publications are, however, similar in that they both include comprehensive write ups, often with information you won’t find anywhere else. The format is familiar too with typically two main recommendations each month and a comprehensive update and ideas section (companies for further review). There is a Special Offer until the end of the year to tempt you to try it - £60 off! Don't delay! Next month's issue will also include our 2021 New Year NAPS - our top picks for the year ahead. Subscribe Now to follow the TMI Trader Portfolio 2 from day 1 (posted first class each month plus FREE online access). Best wishes, Georgina Bryant (Subscriptions Manager)
cravencottage: Has DLAR received a write up in Momentum Investor? Do you care to share?
kooba: Could be some very interesting times ahead for DLAR.Product authentication...they already are providing authentication security on test products. But there will be a massive market in vaccination authentication coming up and for years to come, would be surprising if DLAR technology in this field does not feature.Secure documentation and passports.There is increasing talk as vaccine rolls out that people will be required to prove immunity for travel and other activities.Again DLAR is a world leader in document security and passports. I note Slovakia using banknote security standard certificates produced by National mint.There has already been cases of faked documentation in France but this is likely to be a huge market for years to come."Many, many governments are looking into this, currently. And then, as soon as we have more and more people who are immune because of the vaccine or because they have already been ill, this whole immunity passport will come up."
cravencottage: hxxps:// Academic-turned-money manager, Josef Lakonishok. who has a strategy that blends value and momentum with the intention of finding cheap shares that the market is just starting to notice using a combination of low P.E ratios and improving relative strength in Co's that are beating expectations are markers for " Value on the move" Essentially this chap has identified 10 stocks and DLAR is top of the pops. Interesting stuff.
cravencottage: Anecdotally this wouldn't seem to be the case.. If you go back through RNS/Trading statements DLAR publicised the fact they'd lifted printing from 80% to 100% capacity. Also countries like Ghana ( from memory) have granted contracts.. Notwithstanding the new polymer notes which DLAR seem to be printing an abundance of.( Contract extended by BOE) But the real Jewel in the Crown is the authentication business - For example a box of Cuban Cigars/Cigarettes..need this to become Bona Fide. ( Almost like a monopoly) The cherry on the cake could be the new " Covid free Passport" Moreover the rights issue has wiped out most of DLAR's debts and with Clive Vacher at the helm as a " Turnaround expert" These are the reasons imo Schroders and Crystal Amber have been topping up their stakes.
imastu pidgitaswell: Well to be honest, in this climate, the market wants some detail and specifics. I suspect that (and the wider market decline, for sure) is behind the share price response. I don't currently hold, so this suits me, but they might have been wise to include some insight and detail, given how little they have said since the heady days of June.
imastu pidgitaswell: Ouch what? owenski - desperate stuff. Pretty much as expected - better in fact. The placement and equity raise was always going to happen - always. They needed to as part of the bank facilities extension, but also why would he not, as a new CEO with the opportunity - take advantage of the sudden share price leap. Sneeked in another 10p per share, probably yesterday, on the equity raise to reduce the dilution. Fully underwritten - all the guff about material uncertainty is just a technical requirement, as if the equity raise does not proceed - it would require shareholders to vote it down and shaft themselves. It's a done deal. Note also the pension surplus - it will have moved since, but not that much given the recovery since March in markets - so again, just no longer an issue. Some money to be made on the rights issue stuff - buying at 110, selling at whatever. I doubt it will get near 110 before the raise. IT does rescue the shorts somewhat though - instead of looking at 200 or even 300 to close, they will probably get away with 150-odd, after the placement. For some of the positions anyway. The trading statement at the start of June was a bit of a masterstroke - trebled the share price, even nearly quadrupled it before the raise. Brilliant stuff.
cjohn: Kaos 3 28 May '20 - 08:40 - 505 of 523 "Thank you. I am not from UK so not familiar. The proportions are 1 bn pension fund, 200 mio revenue and 0 profit." Latest half-year revenue was £205.9m. So FY revenue is likely to be somewhere around twice your £200m figure. The annual £20m plus payments to the pension fund are a serious call on cash flow, particularly as the company is currently loss-making. It's one of the reasons why DLAR is looking at funding options. (And in the short run, at least, the pension deficit will worsen, for reasons laid out by Imastu Pidgitaswell.) The absolute size of the pension funds and assets is a millstone that's going to make any potential acquirer of DLAR think twice. Imagine the risk of taking on those huge liabilities, unless you are a company generating large amounts of cash. Having said all that, it's these sorts of considerations that have dropped the share price to its current very cheap levels. PS No position here, but thinking about it.
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